(Cincinnati, OH.)—Hamilton County taxes may be rising to help fund renovations for Union Terminal and Music Hall.

A task force is presenting different ways to Hamilton County Commissioners on June 23 to raise the funds.

The 81-year-old Union Terminal, home to the Cincinnati Museum Center, needs repairs for structural and water damage that threaten the buildings longevity.

Music Hall in Over-the-Rhine needs a reconfiguration of the main concert hall that includes opening bricked in windows and expanding the stage.

Former Procter & Gamble chief executive Bob McDonald is part of the task force.


The estimated cost for both repairs will be announced at the June 23 meeting.